- Liz Truss will be the UK's next prime minister — after winning the Conservative Party's leadership contest on Monday.
- She will formally take over as the country's leader tomorrow, after months of scandals plunged Boris Johnson's administration into crisis and forced him to resign.
- Truss won 57% of Conservative Party members' votes, against opponent Rishi Sunak's 43%, a smaller margin of victory than expected.
- The new prime minister will inherit a cost-of-living crisis, the aftershocks of Brexit, a war in Europe and dropping support for the Conservatives in the opinion polls.
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